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Clark sworn in, launches core review

Clark sworn in, launches core review

Premier Christy Clark took a break from cabinet meetings in Vancouver Tuesday to be sworn in as MLA for Westside-Kelowna
Schoenborn denied transfer from B.C.

Schoenborn denied transfer from B.C.

B.C. Criminal Justice Branch decides it's better for public safety for child killer to remain here
Vanderhoof conservative running for leadership position

Vanderhoof conservative running for leadership position

Dan Brooks ran for the MLA of the Nechako Lakes but lost to John Rustad, now announcing he will run for leadership of B.C. Conservatives.
Kitimat ocean program set for oil tankers

Kitimat ocean program set for oil tankers

Green MLA says ocean monitoring plan shows Ottawa intent on oil exports to Asia 'come hell or high water'
B.C. deficit tops $1.1 billion

B.C. deficit tops $1.1 billion

Higher than forecast, despite cutting $668 million in spending. Finance Minister says lower natural gas revenues the big factor
B.C.'s royal baby guest book opens

B.C.'s royal baby guest book opens

The guest book has opened at Government House for greetings to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Aboriginal funding for CNC

Aboriginal funding for CNC

The B.C. government is providing more funding to CNC which will enable enhanced learning and supportive programs at the Vanderhoof campus.
Keep your old power meter, for a fee

Keep your old power meter, for a fee

People who insist on refusing smart meters can keep their old mechanical meter as long as it lasts, cost to be determined
Community garden delayed

Community garden delayed

Vanderhoof's new community garden will not be planting much this year, if anything, but work will continue to get it going for 2014.
Road construction

Road construction

Vanderhoof's main roads have been repainted, now a few need to be seal coated which means more rerouting for residents.